Definition of Bunny rabbit

1. Noun. (usually informal) especially a young rabbit.

Exact synonyms: Bunny
Generic synonyms: Coney, Cony, Rabbit
Language type: Colloquialism

Definition of Bunny rabbit

1. Noun. a bunny, a rabbit. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunny Rabbit

bunny boiler
bunny boilers
bunny boot
bunny boots
bunny chow
bunny chows
bunny ears
bunny girls
bunny hop
bunny hops
bunny hug
bunny hugs
bunny rabbit (current term)
bunny rabbits
bunny wunny
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Literary usage of Bunny rabbit

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Beacon Primer by James Hiram Fassett (1921)
"FUNNY bunny rabbit cabbage soup chimney One day Funny bunny rabbit found a cabbage, ... So Funny bunny rabbit cut the cabbage. She went hop-pi-ty-hop, ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"Under the bungo o'th' moon" is to be in difficulties, " under the weather."—Cheshire Sheaf, vol. i., p. 237. BUNNY, s. a swelling. L. BUNNY-RABBIT, s. a ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"C. 8. (3) Cardamine pratensis, L.—Cumb.; EDS Gloss. C. 8. Bonny Rabbit. Antirrhinum majus, L. — Dev. (ie bunny rabbit, a tautological children's name). ..."

4. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester by Robert Holland (1886)
"L. BUNNY-RABBIT, i. a tame rabbit. BUR, conj. but. " Yo munna do that." " Ah ! bur oi shall." BURGY, s. unriddled coal, containing all the small coal and ..."

5. Live Language Lessons: Teachers' Manual by Howard Roscoe Driggs (1921)
"I'ma little bunny rabbit. I am so fond of running all around, I have a habit Of getting turnips from the farmer's ground. I'ma very busy little ant, ..."

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